Each kit includes all the unfinished and unassembled parts to build your own chair.  Finish and sanding materials are not included in the kit.

Style 2

Style 2 is a more compact with a rectangular frame which also makes it easy to assemble. Choose from two different types of material: soft maple and rustic walnut.  Rustic walnut will include knots, sapwood, and other imperfections.

Style 2 Assembly Instructions https://mattcremona.com/uncategorized/chair-kit-style-2-assembly-instructions

 

 

 

 

 

Style 3

Style 3 is a casual, low back chair.  It features a modern/minimalist design with tapered and curved front legs, no lower stretchers, a crest rail that sits atop the rear legs, and three curved back slats.  Choose from three different types of material: Soft Maple, Cherry, and Walnut.

Assembled Dimensions:  18.5″ W x 21.5″ D x 40″ H

Style 3 Assembly Instructions: https://www.mattcremona.com/uncategorized/chair-kit-style-3-assembly-instructions?cntxt=date

 

 

 

 

Style 4

Style 4 is a high back, formal style chair.  It features a modern/minimalist design with tapered and curved front legs, no lower stretchers, a crest rail that sits atop the rear legs, and a single compound curved back slat. Choose from three different types of material: soft maple, cherry, and walnut.

Assembled Dimensions:  18.5″ W x 21.5″ D x 43″ H

Style 4 Assembly Instructions: https://www.mattcremona.com/uncategorized/chair-kit-style-4-assembly-instructions?cntxt=date

 

Style 5

Style 5 is Art & Crafts/Mission inspired featuring thicker material for the legs which gives a more substantial appearance, a lower side rail, and a crest rail that spans within the rear legs.

Choose from three different types of material: Quarter Sawn White Oak, Red Oak (Special Order), and Soft Maple.

Assembled Dimensions:  18.5″ W x 21.5″ D x 40.5″ H

 

Style 5 Assembly Instructions: https://www.mattcremona.com/uncategorized/chair-kit-style-5-assembly-instructions?cntxt=date

Consider this a real woodworking project.  All the joinery is cut and the parts are shaped but the rest is up to you.  You will feel a real sense of ownership over these chairs when they’re done.

That will depend greatly on skill level and shop set up.  If you have a moderate hobby style shop and are planning on using a multicoat, hand applied finish (as I do in the instructions), expect to be around 2 hours per chair.If you’re in more of a production shop, having some way to power sand curves and are planning on spray finishing, expect to be closer to an hour.